In fall of 2006, the LAT was shipped to the General Dynamics facility in Arizona for integration onto the spacecraft bus. The General Dynamics spacecraft bus provides the power, data, and pointing resources that will enable the LAT to perform its survey of the Universe. Subsequent to the mechanical integration, the command, data, and power interfaces between the instrument and the spacecraft were tested rigorously to insure the compatibility of this spaceflight hardware that had been manufactured all around the globe. Note: This footage shows cleanroom footage of the GLAST satellite in 2006. Scientist: Steven Ritz (NASA/GSFC). Platforms/Sensors/Data Sets: Fermi/LAT.